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How to Clean and Store Suits, Dress Shirts, Pants, and Shoes
Like snowboarding gear and winter boots, formal wear is one of those things that requires significant storage space. Unlike puffy...
How to Wash and Store Your Winter Coats
Spring is officially here. But before you start scheduling outdoor picnics to celebrate that extra hour of sunlight, you may...
14 Steps To Store Skirts & Dresses
Skirts and dresses are often the most delicate items in your closet. Some of them --- like the ones you...
Fashion Designer Laura Kim Talks Winter Clothes Storage And Oscar De La Renta
Laura Kim’s Brooklyn apartment served as her storage unit. Until the MONSE Co-Founder and former Oscar de la Renta Design Director found MakeSpace.
Featured User: Justin Livingston of Scout Sixteen
Through his popular blog, Scout Sixteen, Justin Livingston helps dudes everywhere up their style game. So the moment we heard that Justin chose MakeSpace to store some of his timeless but seasonal threads, accessories, and household items, we celebrated the only way we saw fit—documenting their beauty in a photograph.
Featured User: GREATS
We’re pumped to take care of GREATS’ fresh kicks.Take a look inside their magical, self-packing closet in the cloud.
Featured User: Nick Wooster
Menswear icon Nick Wooster is probably the most dapper man alive. He’s worked with every designer, and has collaborated with brands like Greats, Orlebar Brown, and Lardini.
Featured User: Joshua Brueckner Of SKINNYFATTIES
If you haven’t heard of Joshua Brueckner’s company SKINNYFATTIES yet, it’s only a matter of time! SKINNYFATTIES alters standard wide ties to make them thinner and more fashionable. They also create custom ties from whatever fabric you provide.
Nick Wooster’s Infinite Closet
No New York City closet has ever been big enough to contain the fashionable imagination of Nick Wooster, until now.
Featured User: Chelsa Crowley
Chelsa is New York cool. The young fashionista got her start as a makeup artist before moving in-house at Estée Lauder. At this point, she’s worked for everyone from Calvin Klein to Bobbi Brown cosmetics. Recently, Chelsa began making plans to launch her own beauty brand, so stay tuned!